[Resolved] How to remove background image behind my new header image
I have been scouring the forums for help and have managed to get my header image in place, but I can’t get rid of the Kubrick default theme blue box: karenberlinishii.com/blog
This is a blog that I have migrated over to my website’s account from wordpress.com. The way is is supposed to look is like this: satprepny.wordpress.com
Some of the documents that the support forum notes say to alter, such as themes.php – where are they located? I can access the styles.css through the “editor” option on the dashboard, but all other documents reside on the server and must be downloaded and then reuploaded, I guess? Can I edit these in Textedit? I am not a programmer, just alittle html, so have spent a day and half on this problem without resolution. My website host, GoDaddy.com, says all this is a wordpress.org product and they can’t help me.
On the wordpress.com interface, it was simple to replace the Kubrick header with an image. On the wordpress.org interface, that option is missing. On the “custom header” option in the dashboard, all you can do is change the color. Doing anything to the color of the header, though, puts it on top of my image, blocking it out (I tried making the header gray in order to blend with the background).
Help would be greatly appreciated!!!
- The topic ‘[Resolved] How to remove background image behind my new header image’ is closed to new replies.